Title: Bear Hugs, 3rd Edition
Series: Pack Reflections, #1
Author: SA Welsh
Genre: Paranormal / Ménage à Trois
Length: Novella (86 pages)
Publisher: eXtasy Books Inc. (July 1st 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: Cage has finally had enough of Rob’s hot and cold routine. The flirting one minute and avoiding him the next is getting old, so he drives up to Rob’s cabin to demand answers. Except the ones he finds aren’t the ones he expected, and he isn’t sure what to do with them. That’s when things get hairy…literally.
Rob is a shifter. He and Cage are from two different worlds, and he doesn’t stand a chance at being more than friends with the cute human. Unfortunately his bear won’t take no for an answer and keeps insisting Cage is theirs. He escapes to his cabin hideaway to think—when Cage shows up, hammering on his door, Rob can’t resist any longer.
When Rob is caught unawares by a hunter, things almost end before they really begin, but a wolf jumps into the fray, and the tenuous relationship between Cage and Rob gets pushed to the breaking point. Noah is a wolf shifter hunting his sister’s killer, but on the trail he unexpectedly scents his mates.
The only problem is they are already a couple and might not have room for one lonely wolf.
Product Link: http://www.extasybooks.com/Bear-Hugs/
Review: This book was originally from an anthology and later released as an extended solo title. Now here it is again as the start of a new series, a spinoff of the Pack Valley series. Which can I say, I am not disappointed with.
This was a short and sweet little book. It takes three sexy men who each have heartache in their pasts and gives them a happily ever after, together.
It also had plenty of sexy scenes and a good amount of humor mixed in throughout. The moment when Rob changed into his bear the first time was hilariously. The way bear Rob thinks about the way Cage was reacting to having a bear in the cabin had me rolling.
When it came time for the three men to share their stories, each was sad. All three have been hurt in some way. What I find interesting was the way Rob’s story ties into the Pack Valley series. Once he went into details, I knew immediately who he was related to.
I really liked how the three of them fit together. As a whole unit they each give the others something they were missing. They just all worked together somehow. Plus, really they are pretty damn sexy together.
This was a good book and I cannot wait to see where this series will go.
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